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Brief Published: 11 Aug 2010

Conflict Kitchen


Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that solely serves cuisine from countries that the United States is in conflict with.

Based in Pittsburgh, Conflict Kitchen aims to spark a dialogue with customers about global discord. The kitchen will rotate every four months to highlight another country and conflict.

The first iteration is an Iranian Kubideh kitchen. Kubideh is grilled meat in barbari bread, served with onion, mint and basil. The food is served in bright blue and yellow wrappers, featuring interviews with Pittsburgh-based Iranians on a diverse range of subjects from poetry to politics.


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